Followup: Up-for-sale former Fire Station 37 now has a website

One more postscript to the process, now in high gear, of selling the 87-year-old former Fire Station 37 (Othello/35th). Last Friday, we published an update with photos from a brief tour with broker Arvin Vander Veen – how about that mega-garage, above!? – plus the dates set for open houses and submittal of offers. Today, the brokerage, Colliers International, has announced the website for two ex-fire stations they’re representing, including 37, is live – (with more photos). Again – the open houses are 10 am-2 pm March 10th and April 7th, with offers due by 5 pm April 20th.

9 Replies to "Followup: Up-for-sale former Fire Station 37 now has a website"

  • Matt February 21, 2012 (4:06 pm)

    Non-Ghostbusters need not apply.

  • Steph February 21, 2012 (6:31 pm)

    I heard it is only zoned for residential. Wish it could be Brew Pub 37.

  • carlton February 21, 2012 (6:32 pm)

    Looks great to accomadate homeless people.

  • WS Steve February 21, 2012 (7:07 pm)

    I had the same thought, Steph. The ceilings look high enough for a 15 barrel fermenter. Perhaps you could at least do a tap room if not a full bar and restaurant. Just a little sterile right now though…good for brewing but not for a taproom.

  • Mike February 21, 2012 (10:09 pm)

    Oddly enough Steph, when I showed it to a friend looking at potential spots to open a brewery / beer shop, that was his first comment.
    Although I would not want to live on 35th, the size of that garage would make for an automotive enthusiasts dream shop space.

  • Todd February 22, 2012 (8:15 am)

    My first thought was a brewpub, too!

  • sun*e February 22, 2012 (9:35 am)

    Sounds like this location needs to be re-zoned. :-)

  • pjmanley February 23, 2012 (8:40 am)

    Ditto on Brewpub idea. A handful of new jobs, circulation of local dollars, and indigenous beers like Lowman Brau. It makes too much sense. Re: Zoning? Variances or changes are doable & happen all the time. Recent Triangle changes in building heights, for example.

  • Amy February 28, 2012 (3:47 pm)

    I like the brewpub idea, or any type of restaurant, really. Maybe with an art gallery? I live a couple blocks away and it would be great to have more sit down restaurants within walking distance.

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